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Hueco: V3 Font: 6A

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Submitted By: George Florence on Feb 12, 2017

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BETA PHOTO: Roadkill V3


Far right end, with your back to the road. Start low on the obvious start jug and work up and right. Use the big flake to pull up and over to stand. **Top slab is very slippery with lose moss. recommend jumping back down.


Far Right End


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By George Florence
Feb 12, 2017

Wanted to climb the hard stuff but it was all wet. This was all that was dry. Not bad, just don't punt into the road!
By Elliot Gaunt
From: Lynchburg, VA
Feb 14, 2017

I was told that the Park Way rangers said this line was "too close to the road". So use discretion and be safe.
It is a very cool looking line.
By Elliot Gaunt
From: Lynchburg, VA
Feb 14, 2017

I am stoked your coming to try the harder lines George they are great. I hope you try the full lines, they need repeats and consensus.
By George Florence
Feb 14, 2017

Thanks for the heads up! I will definitely be back as soon as I can. The lines look soo sick!
By DCohen
Mar 14, 2017

This is a great line but it should be removed from Mountain Project. The rangers have told multiple people that the front lines on the boulder shouldn't be climbed. Publicizing it could cause us to lose access to the whole boulder.

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